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壹、國文【第 1-20 題，每題 2 分，共計 20 題，佔 40 分】
【1】1.「扶搖直上，小小的希望能懸得多高呢／長長一生莫非這樣一場遊戲吧／細細一線，卻想與整座天 空□□／上去，再上去，都快看不見了／沿著河堤，我開始拉著天空奔跑」，上列新詩□□處，最適合填 入的詞語選項為：
紓 妤 伃 杼
貳、英文【第 21-50 題，每題 2 分，共計 30 題，佔 60 分】
【1】21. I had my ___________ set on having my own house, so I started working hard to make more money.
heart waist ankle elbow
【2】22. Many customers are waiting outside the famous ___________ for the first batch of fresh bread and cake.
dairy bakery laundry grocery
【2】23. Haste makes waste when you try to finish your test ___________ without checking it over.
finally quickly awfully certainly
【4】24. Mail is put into groups by zip codes in the post offices before being ___________.
replied rejected uploaded delivered
【3】25. Athletes need to eat diets full of essential ___________ for them to be strong and fit.
recipes flavors nutrients additives
【3】26. I really don’t enjoy spending time with Penny because she’s ___________ complaining.
suddenly especially constantly previously
【1】27. Julie is an old, grumpy grandma. In contrast, her daughter is very lovely and ___________.
cheerful sensitive harmless fortunate
【2】28. The government hopes the new tax policy will help ___________ the economic growth.
retreat facilitate associate concentrate
【4】29. To develop new products, the company ___________ almost 1,000 customers to gather information.
improved restricted opposed surveyed
【3】30. The mayor’s ___________ comments about the gift from a guest visitor were criticized by the press.
inspiring responsible inappropriate cooperative
【2】31. The Internet is a good place to start looking for everything, ________?
is it? isn’t it?
does it? doesn’t it?
【3】32. ___________ the disease spreading so quickly, the health officials are now looking into the matter.
As For With Upon
【3】33. The rich woman’s diamond ring sparkled in the sun light, ___________ much attention and admiration.
catching has caught
【2】34. You should keep your phone charged, ___________ it doesn’t run out of power.
or else so that
and yet but rather
【4】35. Bobby can’t distinguish between green and blue. He ___________ and found to be color blind.
tested is testing
has tested was tested
【4】36. EQ is the ability to understand your own feelings and emotions and ___________ of others.
one some ones those
【1】37. Ted has the highest IQ in his class, but it doesn’t mean he gets ___________ grades than his classmates.
better the best
so good the good
【3】38. The café is a popular hangout for international students, most of ___________ are Europeans.
【1】39. ___________ a proper dining etiquette to wait to eat until everyone has been served some food.
It is That is
What is Which is
【3】40. ___________ laws against mobile-phone use while driving, many people admit checking their phone while behind the wheel.
A team of scientists tried to pinpoint how the Ebola epidemic in West Africa started. They explored an area in southeastern Guinea 41 2-year-old Emile Ouamouno fell ill around two years ago and died. Health officials believe he was the first case, and it is reported that he may have been 42 by bats.
The epidemic’s exact 43 has never been determined, but the virus is thought to spread to people from some sort of animal. Many experts have suspected some species of fruit bat as the source, while others wonder if the epidemic started through another animal—like a chimpanzee or small antelope—that had got Ebola from bats before 44 by people. The Ebola virus wasn’t found in the bats the scientists tested, so they weren’t able to prove the source. Yet, they believe the first Ebola 45 got Ebola from bats that had lived in a hollowed-out tree. The boy was said to have played in the hollow tree a lot.
【2】41. that where which who
【4】42. imported imitated inspired infected
【3】43. image stress origin energy
【4】44. to eat eating had eaten being eaten
【1】45. victim chance disease touch
Have you ever wondered where the name “America” came from? Why aren’t the continents of North and South America called “Columbusia” after Christopher Columbus? The word “America” actually came from Amerigo Vespucci, a 15-century Italian explorer. Who made the decision? A mapmaker.
Like Columbus, Vespucci traveled to the New World (first in 1499 and again in 1502). Unlike Columbus, Vespucci wrote about it. Vespucci’s accounts of his travels were published in 1504 and were widely read in Europe. Columbus was also hindered because he thought he had discovered another route to Asia; he didn’t realize America was a whole new continent. Vespucci, however, found that America was not contiguous with Asia. He was also the first to call it the New World, or Novus Mundus in Latin, in his books. With the discovery of this “New World,” maps were being redrawn all the time.
In 1507, a German mapmaker named Martin Waldseemüller was drawing a map of the world. He called it the Universalis Cosmographia, or Universal Cosmography. Comprised of 12 wooden panels, it was eight feet wide and four-and-a-half feet tall. He based his drawings of the New World on Vespucci’s published travelogues, and the mapmaker further used Vespucci’s name “Amerigo” to name the new continents “America.” Mapmakers tended to copy one another’s choices, so Columbus was left off the map. Today, an original of Waldseemüller’s map is permanently on display at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
【1】46. What is the purpose of this passage?
To explain why America was named as it is.
To clarify who had first discovered America.
To give information about mapmaking in Europe.
To compare and contrast two European explorers.
【3】47. What did Amerigo Vespucci call America?
Novus Mundus. Universalis Cosmographia.
【4】48. Which of the following is a correct description of Waldseemüller’s map?
It was commissioned by Columbus.
It depicted only the lands of America.
He copied another mapmaker’s work.
It is now on display in the United States.
【2】49. What is true about Amerigo Vespucci?
He was a Spanish navigator.
He kept a record about his travel.
He traveled together with Columbus.
He labeled the new world after his own name.
【4】50. In the 2nd paragraph, what does the word “contiguous” most likely mean?
Distant. Circling. Nonstop. Connected.